Category: Interviews

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5/27/16 Jim Lobe

Jim Lobe, founder of the foreign policy website LobeLog.com, discusses the converging foreign policy views of liberal interventionists and neoconservatives as noted in a new report titled “Extending American Power: Strategies to Expand U.S. Engagement in a Competitive World Order;” and what this consensus would mean if Hillary Clinton were elected president.

5/26/16 Philip Weiss

Philip Weiss, founder of Mondoweiss.net, discusses the March 24th execution of a wounded Palestinian man by an Israeli medic at a military checkpoint in Hebron; and former Defense Minister Moshe Yaalon’s warning that “Extremist and dangerous elements have taken over Israel.”

5/26/16 Will Saetren

Will Saetren, author of Ghosts of the Cold War: Rethinking the Need for a New Cruise Missile, discusses why the planned new generation of low-yield nuclear weapons (Long Range Standoff Weapon[s]) are actually more dangerous than the city-killing bombs from the Cold War era.

5/22/16 Philip Giraldi

Former CIA officer Philip Giraldi discusses the prominent role uber-hawk and Ukraine regime-changer Victoria Nuland will play in a Hillary Clinton administration, and why Nuland’s relatives should be collectively labeled the “First Family of Military Interventionists.”

5/19/16 Jay Stanley

Jay Stanley, a senior policy analyst with the ACLU’s Speech, Privacy, and Technology Project, discusses how the feds are helping local police with spying technology like “Stingray” cell phone tower simulators and then keeping it secret from the public – routinely denying FOIA requests by citing non-disclosure agreements.

5/19/16 James Bovard

James Bovard, author of Public Policy Hooligan, discusses why The Panama Papers will lead to a crackdown on private US citizens trying to shield assets from taxation, while government institutions like the IMF and World Bank are allowed to carry on their work of propping up corrupt dictators and stripping countries of their wealth.

5/9/16 Daniel McAdams

Daniel McAdams, Executive Director of The Ron Paul Institute for Peace and Prosperity, discusses US Ambassador to Hungary Coleen Bell’s threatening speech to her host country’s government, in which she laid down the Obama administration’s demands on Syria policy, acceptance of refugees, and relations with Russia.

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